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with the taliban last month. >>> a leaked pakistan report details the life of osama bin laden after the september 11th attacks. it mentioned an account of bin laden being pulled over for speeding in pakistan but was let go by authorities. >>> the death toll of the runaway train disaster in quebec has now reached 13. dozens are still unaccounted for. the transportation and safety board now says -- now saying the tankers involved in the derailment have a history of puncturing during accidents. >>> a judge in wisconsin blocked enforcement of a new law. the law had a troubling point of justification and set a new hearing for next week. >>> the battle over tough abortion laws continues in texas. activists on both sides turning up at the capitol for rallies and public hearings. while texas' longest serving governor, rick perry, announcing monday he will not seek re-election next year. >>> let's take a look at business for you now. we turn to courtney reagan. good morning. >> good morning, richard. consumers broke out their credit cards in may. just another sign they're optimistic about the economy. the
together after we leave, and i think we can conclude that, if we know that al-qaeda and the taliban are still active in pakistan, we can conclude that's the case as well, then whether we leave now or later i don't think makes a big difference. karzai's looked at -- he's reading the tea leaves, and in a time-honored afghan position, he's trying to switch sides and negotiate. jenna: some have suggested we could use the south korean model, we would leave behind a huge force, and that was going on over the last few months about what it would actually look like when we withdraw, would we leave tens of thousands of troops behind because of the situation across the border in pakistan. is that, i mean, let's say the zero option doesn't happen. >> right. jenna: then what is the alternative to that? is the south korea model an option? >> not -- i think the american public just is tired of that war, and it's probably not an option in that case. the other thing is that the south korean option, why did that work? because it was a stable and secure south korean government and a thriving south kor
potential jurors he supports the taliban and shirea law. he has been acting as his own lawyer asked the jurors could put aside their negative views. another bombshell. the massacre was first labeled as a terror attack before it was switched to work place violence. a fort hood survivor blasting attorney general eric holder for that move. listen to this. not only am i disappo embarrassed. from holder needs to understand the repercussions of his actions so he might want to go to afghanistan to visit the troops so he can give an up close and personal feel of the reason we are doing the job we are doing before he decides to make a decision that he is making, that is just preposterous. >> under that distinction it is impossible for those who have been killed or injured to receive a purple heart and also additional combat pay as a result. jury selection continues today. >>> organizers suspended the pay before they come up with a solution to the $100 billion pension crisis. the move should light a fire under legislatures. >> all statements of legislatures and salary of legislatures is remov
the day when taliban and al qaeda retake control of afghanistan. i think that day is coming almost inevitably given the president's ill-advised policies leading to the expected drawdown to almost zero next year. leaving a token number of troops doesn't affect conditions and the ground and speeding up the withdrawal simply moves forward the time taliban retakes control. i think it' a disaster for american interests. gregg: reportedly the relationship between karzai and president obama has deteriorated. there. this is a president who wants to undertake huge diplomatic transformations all over the world but does this reflect poorly on his diplomatic skills? >> i don't have a lot of good things to say about hamid karzai. that's utterly irrelevant to what america's interests are. we are not there for hamid karzai, we are not there for the afghans we are there for us. we are there to protect at a distance against the terrorist threat posed by the taliban and al qaeda. if you have got a bad relationship with the president of a country like that you grit your teeth, smile and behave profes
prohibits that because it is a capital case. and then he wanted to say he was saving taliban leaders by carrying out the shooting and the court would not allow that. 13 people died here in 2009 and 30 injured. on this program, a sergeant shot five times that day described what the wait was like. >> not only the victims and survivors, but our families. now we'll get a chance to close the chapture and once again a setback in our way. >> if everything goes as planned and opening statements scheduled to begin on august 6th. it is an interesting process. >> indeed it will. thank you. the gunman's own paralysis when he was shot as he was shooting others. hassan's doctor said he can't sit more than 12 hours upright. he must have 15- 20 minute breaks for stretching every four hours and he must lift himself off of the whole chair every half an hour. it is going to be something to watch all of this play out, only adding insult to the victims and their families, hassan has collected a paycheck. he's received more than 278,000us dollars. he gets this salary because he was not proven guilty of th
himself at the trial and his first time addressing potential jurors, he admitted he supports the taliban and sharia law. then asked the jurors their thoughts on islam. many of whom said they had negative views but they could put those views aside only to consider the evidence. ten jurors have been tentively selected so far. 13 are needed for the trial. he is accused of going on a shooting rampage. we all remember back in 2009, killing 13 people. he does face execution or life without parole if in the meantime, another bombshell this morning. a former top security official just revealed the 2009 massacre was first labeled as a terrorist attack before it was then switched to workplace violence. former new york city mayor rudy guiliani calling the decision dangerous. >> i think it is exceedingly damaging to engage in this fiction that the attack at fort hood was work lace violence and there is a certain reluctance to describe someone as an islamic extremist terrorist for fear that you're going to make a mistake, but it certainly played a role in the case of major hasan that it was so obviou
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